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Andrew Kalley, 35, had a winning time of 2 hours, 7 minutes, and 42 seconds
Karen Smyers, who won three world I.T.U. championships and a Hawaiian Ironman in her pro career, was among the Mighty Hamptons Triathlon’s competitors Sunday. Craig Macnaughton
Andrew Kalley, 35, of New York City was the Mighty Hamptons Triathlon’s winner, in 2 hours, 7 minutes, and 42 seconds. Craig Macnaughton Photos

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A fall league at Terry King is likely
Marcello’s Masonry sits atop the 10-team East Hampton Town men’s slow-pitch softball league, having defeated Uihlein’s last week in a best-of-five final in Amagansett. Jack Graves
And in Montauk, Liars’ Saloon topped the seven-team league, winning the fifth game of a best-of-five series with the two-time defending champion Gig Shack.

The boys lost to Half Hollow Hills West 2-0
Faced with a modified heat alert one day last week, Kevin Barry held a boys cross-country practice in the ocean at Main Beach. Kevin Barry

The Great Bonac 10K in Springs on Labor Day drew 43 entrants, some of whom, including Beth Feit, Caroline Cashin, and Craig Brierley (at right), can be seen above; the 5K attracted 139. Jack Graves
Ava Engstrom, who is expected to lead East Hampton High’s girls cross-country team this fall, was the third female finisher in the Great Bonac 5K. Jack Graves

HH Gigi’s Girl, whom McLain Ward has ridden for a little more than a year, has shown with recent results that she has “turned the corner” — as is evident above in the Hampton Classic’s Grand Prix that they won Sunday. Durell Godfrey
McLain Ward, seen with his 3-year-old daughter, Lily, has won the Hampton Classic’s Grand Prix seven times. Jack Graves

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There were some ringers from the New York A.C.
A river raft race — see Heather Caputo and her 4-year-old daughter, Annabelle, above — was one of several offbeat events Tim Treadwell mixed in with 50 to 200-yard age-group races at Bill and Dominique Kahn’s pool Saturday. Craig Macnaughton

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